More experience points are always a good thing in any game that has RPG-like elements.

Some players might have a bit of trouble finishing some quests in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland and need some extra power. Others just want to level up fast. Whatever your reason is, many strategies can help you become more powerful and complete missions more easily.

The trick to reaching the maximum level quickly and staying on top of your game in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland lies in maximizing your power and effectiveness with each mission.

It’s true that you can just look for all side quests and do them for the extra experience points and gear. However, not only can it be a bit boring, it might take a bit longer than you’d like.

If you just want to level up as fast as you can, we have a trick that can help you. It works exceptionally well during the earlier levels. Still, the overall idea will be the same when you get to higher levels.

If you are looking for how to level up fast in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, check our guide, take down some undead creatures, get some experience, and hopefully some legendary guns.

How to Level Up Fast

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Defeat Zomboss repeatedly.

This trick is much simpler than most people would imagine. First, you need to play through the main quest for a while until you visit the Shattergrave Barrow area.

There, you will fight a horde of undead that will die like they lived — dead.

Once you reach the end, you will be facing a boss called Zomboss. Apparently, Tina is not the most original Game Master when it comes to names and challenges.

Zomboss is one of the easiest boss fights in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, so chances are you won’t have much trouble dealing with this decrepit creature.

This boss uses armor and is a flesh creature, so you might want to have poison damage for its armor bar — the yellow one — and fire for when its armor is down.

Once Zomboss is defeated, you can keep following the main quest if you want. Once you reach Brighthoof, quick travel back to Shattergrave Barrow.

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Now, make sure to try to teleport as close as possible to the room where you finally fight Zomboss. You will have to go through a few skeletons to get there, but you can just run past them.

There are three vending machines right before you enter the boss fight room. You can use them to sell stuff you don’t need and occasionally buy a weapon that can make this boss battle easier.

Shattergrave map 1

Now, all that you need is to fight Zomboss. Defeat the boss, take the loot, and quit the game. Just go back to the main menu and load your save file.

Once you do that, you will be in front of the vending machines with all the loot you took. Here’s the magic part, Zomboss will never stop spawning. So as long as you want, you can go to this dungeon and fight the same creature over and over to grind some experience points.

The more you do this, the more resources you will have to buy better gear. You should always go for spells and weapons that help you win the boss battle.

Make sure to increase your ammo capacity whenever you can. There will be a lot of skeletons for you to shoot during this boss battle.

I know this is repetitive, but it is also effective. You get a level every three times you defeat Zomboss, and if you are lucky, you will get a legendary item.

Another interesting thing to point out is that the boss will always be one level higher than you. This means that even if you are already over level 30, this might still be worth it.

If not, keep going through the campaign until you find another boss that you can easily defeat and farm that one instead.

Final Thoughts


In the end, this method is all about grinding a single boss. Still, it’s much faster than doing a bunch of side quests.

Although side quests can be fun, they will be a chore if you don’t care about anything other than the main plot.

Remember that farming Zomboss will grant you much more than experience. You will get a decent amount of gold, allowing you to buy the guns you need to make this boss battle much easier.

I use an Acid gun frequently against Zomboss. It works pretty well. You can check the symbol on the weapon icon — in your inventory — for more information on their damage types and what they are effective for.

Don’t worry too much about how you distribute the Hero Points you get. Just know that as long as you know how to respec in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, you can make a provisory build to deal with Zomboss.

Once you’ve leveled up enough, reset your Skill Points and Hero Points and go for the build you want for the rest of the game.